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How to Start a Home-Based Bakery Business

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cookingwithdenay

How to Start a Home-Based Bakery Business

Home-based baking is one of America's best-kept business secrets. This sleeper industry offers even novice bakers the opportunity to bake from home for profit using tried and true recipes and equipment already on hand. How to Start a Home-Based Bakery Business is the first book to cover every essential aspect of planning, starting, and running such a business successfully. Now available in bookstores nationwide and online at Amazon.com.

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PMcCool

that is certainly your prerogative.  But why not be up-front about your role in the business?  It would be a basic courtesy to extend to the other members of this community where you have also been a member for nearly two years.  Other TFL members manage to balance their dual roles as business owners and TFL members.


Something to think about.


Paul

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mimifix

While I would like to congratulate you on the publication of your book, I would like to also mention that advertising it as "the first book to cover every essential aspect..." is somewhat misleading. I respect your enthusiasm for wanting to guide folks in their new venture, but Quincella C. Geiger's book "Bringing Home the Baking" was published in 2007. Then in 2009, my book "Start and Run a Home-Based Food Business" was published. As the name of my book implies, it covers everything folks need to start and run a home-based food business. It was the first comprehensive book for this type of home business since it is for not only baking, but also for those people who make jams, candy, dry mixes, prepared foods, etc.

 

Denay, I look forward to seeing you here again, we do have a lot in common, mostly our love of baking and the interest in sharing our knowledge.

Good luck, Mimi